The struggle to find a perfect-fitting pair of jeans online is finally over!
Introducing www.searchbyinseam.com, a new website dedicated to helping women of all sizes quickly and easily find jeans that really fit by making products searchable by inseam length. Specializing in designer jeans with long inseams for the tall woman, Search by Inseam also features petite, plus, and maternity jeans, all searchable by brand and inseam length. Purchases are eligible for free and reduced shipping, as well as other discounts, depending on the retailer.
Founded by Corrinne Henderson, a tall woman fed up with having to click through detail pages online to find the inseam length for a single pair of pants, Search by Inseam allows customers to enter their exact inseam length, type of jean they're looking for, and brand. Search results display jeans from multiple retailers simultaneously, allowing for easy comparison shopping.
Quoting this... Henderson: "For the longest time, it's been nearly impossible to quickly find pants online that are the right length. Search by Inseam fills that void with its easy-to-use inseam searches. Customer feedback on the site has been tremendous, with women emailing to say they're finally able to find trendy jeans that fit correctly. From tall to petite, maternity to plus-size, Search By Inseam has the sizes women need."
The site features inseam lengths from 25 inches to 37 inches and over 30 designer brands, including 7 For All Mankind, Antik Denim, Apple Bottoms, Baby Phat, Boden, Calvin Klein, Chip & Pepper, Citizens of Humanity, Earl, Guess, Hudson, Joe's, Levi’s, Lucky, Miss Sixty, Paige Premium Denim, Rock & Republic, and True Religion.
"We were so deluded with our multiculturalism that we did not realize the risk of losing the very culture we prided ourselves on having. We did not realize that the intolerant Islamic side of our culture was gaining strength on the back of our West openness and pride in diversity. With our open-border policy, we unwittingly allowed what would turn out to be our enemy to infiltrate our society to plot and fight with radicals within to gain control of our government."1
A quote from Lebanon past or U.S future?
Hmmmph. Remember when Lebanon used to be a safe place for Arabs to practice the religion of their choice? That was before there were so many Muslims there. And look at 'em now.
This is what the U.S. has to look forward to. And unsuspecting, tolerant Americans are paving the way.